As a result of the increased demand for experienced IT partners in Central and Southeast United States, Blue Chip is proud to announce its expansion into St. Louis, Missouri.
“Now, more than ever, enterprise organizations are investing in Microsoft technologies and cloud computing,” said Jim Peelman, CEO at Blue Chip. “As a result, there is a growing need for IT partners who can successfully implement and optimize Microsoft products and services. Blue Chip is committed to being that IT partner and to helping Fortune 1000 companies maximize the value of their Microsoft investment and move to the cloud.”
In 2017, Blue Chip invested $1.3 million in its Cleveland headquarters to accommodate team growth; increase client collaboration; and enhance training facilities. Blue Chip also expanded into Nashville, Tennessee and Louisville, Kentucky.
In 2018, Blue Chip will focus on the development of St. Louis, bringing an estimated 40 jobs to the region.
Blue Chip’s expansion into St. Louis will be led by newly appointed Senior Vice President of Emerging Markets, Tony Guidi.
“Our goal is to help an increasing number of enterprise clients capitalize on advances in cloud computing and Microsoft technologies,” said Guidi. “We also welcome the opportunity to build new relationship with partners and vendors as we have done with exceptional success in the Midwest.”
Individuals interested in joining Blue Chip's St. Louis team are encouraged to apply here.